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Left Margareth Madè, escorted on the red carpet for her film, Baarìa.

The Venetian red carpet

As part of the Biennale, Venezia cranks up the glamour with its 66th film festival
photographs courtesy of Getty Images

 

INTERNATIONAL CELEBRITIES have descended on Venezia for the 66th Venice Film Festival—or, to give it its Italian name, the Mostra Internazionale d’Arte Cinematografica di Venezia. At the opening ceremony and Baarìa red carpet on September 2 were Eva Mendes, Svetlana Hodchenkova and Margareth Madè, not coincidentally sporting Jæger-LeCoultre watches.

Mendes wore Dolce & Gabbana and, in some eyes, stole the show on the red carpet.

Baarìa—la porta del vento, the film shown on the first day of the Festival, is an semi-autobiographical Sicilian family story spanning three generations, written and directed by Giuseppe Tornatore.

Meanwhile, Spanish actress Manuela Velasco—perhaps best known to international readers for her role as Ana Valverde in La chica de ayer (the Spanish remake of Life on Mars)—was at the Rec 2 photo call at the Sala Grande. The anticipated horror sequel was filmed late last year, and received its Festival début on the 2nd. However, it is out of the main competition at Venezia. •

 


 

Right, from top Eva Mendes at the opening ceremony, in Dolce & Gabbana. Svetlana Hodchenkova at the opening ceremony. Manuela Velasco at the Rec 2 photo call.




 

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